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Showing Your Appreciation With Volunteer Recognition Plaques

Posted by Mickey on 7/12/2013 to Personalized Award Plaques

In many different projects that are undertaken, there are usually a lot of people involved. Some projects would never be completed without the extra efforts of certain individuals. These individuals may or may not be paid employees of those who were running the project. So how can you really show your appreciation for people who give of their time, effort, and even money without expecting anything in return? Volunteer recognition plaques can be a great way to recognize those who have put forth great effort in completing your project. These awards look beautiful, last for years, and can be a great way to give something back to a volunteer.

Keeping your Crystal Awards Beautiful

Posted by Administrator on 5/23/2013 to Employee Awards
Crystal awards are elegant, distinctive, and an honor to receive. If you have been given any, you probably are proud and want to make sure that you are taking the best possible care of them. These tips will help you show off your awards and keep them looking beautiful for many years.

Using Plaques and Awards as Employee Motivation

Posted by Administrator on 5/11/2013 to Employee of the Month Awards
In a corporate setting, everyone under the payroll plays a valuable role in making a business as successful as it is. The CEO or whoever heads the company is the one responsible for everyone below him. It is also his duty to ensure that morale is high at all times and that staff and faculty members enjoy their work and what they do. It is up to the higher ups to keep the whole team motivated. One way to do this is by offering some sort of incentive to ensure everyone stays motivated and performs at their best. One way to do this is through the use of plaques and awards as an acknowledgement.

Choosing the right award plaque for retirement

Posted by Mickey on 4/17/2013 to Employee of the Month Awards

Retirement is a moment that marks extraordinary achievement and many years of dedicated service. The most common retiree is someone who finally decides to hang up his hat after working at a profession for several decades and becomes well known and respected within the community. Award plaques are a great way to acknowledge the accomplishment of someone who has put in many years of his sweat and blood into his work and is ready to leave on a high note.

Choosing the best recognition awards for your employees

Posted by Mickey on 3/25/2013 to Employee Recogntion Awards
Many employers want to reward their employees for their hard work and dedication, but don’t know what kind of recognition awards to give them. Here is some advice for choosing between the many options, from the physical to the ceremonial, and making sure your employees feel appreciated.

Everyday Occasions For Recognition Plaques

Posted by Mickey on 3/19/2013 to Recognition Plaques
Many managers and supervisors may think of recognition plaques as formal things that that should only be given out on rare occasions to employees who have earned high honors. Yet the truth is, there are many times when rewards like these can be appropriate, as well as critical to employee morale. After all, it is almost impossible to give your employees too much encouragement or affirmation.

Inspiring Your Employees with Plaques and Awards

Posted by Mickey on 3/5/2013 to Employee Recogntion Awards
If you want to recognize, motivate, and retain your employees, plaques and awards are a great option. While there are many ways to acknowledge the efforts of your employees and thank them for all that they do, a physical token of your appreciation is perhaps the most memorable and inspirational.

Tips for starting and employee recognition program

Posted by mickey on 2/27/2013 to Employee Recogntion Awards
One of the most difficult jobs a manager has to do every day is boost the morale of the company employees. Employee morale is crucial if you want your employees to be productive in the workplace and happy with their jobs. It can be difficult to keep employee spirits high, however, especially if you work in a 9 to 5 office setting. You can try as hard as you like, but there is nothing exciting about sitting in a cubicle 8 hours a day. Business managers have long been looking for ways to solve this problem. One idea that works well is starting a recognition program. If you are looking to increase morale and productivity in the workplace, here are some tips for giving out employee recognition awards.

Employee Awards Tips

Posted by Mickey on 2/13/2013 to Employee Awards
Presenting an employee with an award can be a tricky business. If done correctly, it is a nice gesture that conveys appreciation for the employee’s hard work. If done incorrectly, it can be cheesy, unappreciated, and make other employees frustrated. If you would like to occasionally give employee awards for a job well done, follow these tips to make the best of the award presentation.

Employee Awards

Posted by Administrator on 11/13/2012 to Recognition Plaques
Employee awards are a great way to improve employees attitude and performance.

Why to recognize employees

Posted by Administrator on 11/9/2012 to Employee Recogntion Awards
As a manager or owner of a company, you don't have to present employees with awards for a "job well done." However, there's no denying the benefits of recognizing employees for their hard work. Your staff members likely contribute to the success of your business, and without them, you couldn't run the company.

Benefits of Employee Recognition Awards

Posted by Administrator on 11/8/2012 to Employee Recogntion Awards

The Benefits Of Employee Recognition Awards

 

Employees everywhere benefit from feedback.  They like to know how they are performing and what they can improve on.  In addition, they appreciate being recognized for their efforts.  Smart businesses recognize their employees with employee recognition awards.